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Re: [vox-tech] Connecting to port 1433 via 22 RESOLVED
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Re: [vox-tech] Connecting to port 1433 via 22 RESOLVED

The task was to connect to port 1433 on a remote server running MS SQL Server 
via port 22 on a Linux machine that I have SSH access to, and which itself 
has access to port 1433.

It was actually pretty simple once I figured it out.  The command, run on my 
local machine, was:

$ ssh -f -N -L 10010:S:1433 user@R

where S is the IP address of the SQL Server host and R is the IP address of 
the intermediary host.  Then I can use dbbrowser (a nifty Java application I 
found somewhere) to connect to localhost:10010, and the connection is 
forwarded via port 22 to S.  Then I can provide the login credentials to the 
database, and I'm in!  (And yes, I've spoken to my boss, and this is all 

Richard S. Crawford

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